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Zultys Technologies Announces New VoIP Client

Software is designed to work in concert with the IP PBX and offer advanced IP telephony features.

Zultys Technologies has announced VoIP software that runs on Windows, the Macintosh and Linux. MXIE (Media Exchange Interface for End Users) works in conjunction with the MX250 IP PBX and supports multiple languages and provides users, operators, or call center agents with access to presence, instant messaging, chat, voice mail, and faxes.

"All users in a company, whether using Macs, PCs, or Linux, can now manipulate their own presence state and view that of other users, regardless of the computing platform they choose to use," Iain Milnes, President of Zultys Technologies said in a statement.

The software is available now. The price ranges from $45 to $65 a user, depending on quantity.

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